Series number: King Series;Book Two; Fearless Book One
Author: Tawdra Kandle
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Source: Promotional Book Tours
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Tasmyn Vaughn is not having the senior year she expected. Her boyfriend Michael leaves for college, she’s being stalked by a suspicious preacher, pursued by the hot new boy at school and blackmailed by her chemistry teacher–who just might be a witch. Tas needs all of her many talents–and a little help from unexpected sources–just to keep her head above water. . .literally.
My thoughts on Breathless
Awhile back I had the lovely chance to review Fearless by Tawdra Kandle. This story is the first in the King series, and I highly recommend it be read prior to Breathless. Be forewarned that my review below will contain spoilers of the first book, so continue reading at your own risk!
Breathless picks up at the end of summer vacation. Tas and Michael are about to embark on the biggest challenge their relationship has ever faced, even more challenging than when Nell tried to kill them both that fateful night in the clearing. The young couple is being separated as Michael is heading off to college while Tas remains to start her senior year of school. Can the couple make it, being hours apart, and having only the telephone for communication?
But all is not well within King. The strangeness begins when Tas begins to have dreams of Nell. However, the dreams are not of the past, but Nell is warning her to stay away from their old Chemistry teacher. Should she heed the warnings of her dreams? Or is Tas having these dreams as a way of making sense of what happened?
I will always have a soft-spot for this series, and I hope to be able to follow it all the way through to its end. Tawdra has a way with developing her characters, and if you didn’t read my review of Fearless, please do as I touch on it in my interview with her. Breathless was much like a stepping stone. It had its own story, but it answered a lot of questions and background that remained from Fearless. Of course it also left some new questions, but the kind that leaves you craving the next book.
I look forward to following Tas, Michael, and their families along with the new addition of Rafe. Ms. Lacusta is another character that I’m dying to see unfold. Is she really good, like Tas, or is there still a sinister side we have yet to really see? I also doubt we’ve seen the last of my favorite crazy villain, Nell.
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